Book Reviews of The Search for Significance

The Search for Significance
The Search for Significance
Author: Robert S. McGee
ISBN-13: 9780945276074
ISBN-10: 0945276079
Publication Date: 2/1990
Pages: 479
Rating:
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.
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4.3 stars, based on 13 ratings
Publisher: Rapha Publishing
Book Type: Paperback
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This is a companion study/workbook to go with Search for Significance by Robert McGee. McGee points out that most people look to the opinions of others, rather than God's Word to find their self-worth. The 12 week study is Biblically based, and stresses finding satisfaction and happiness through a close relationship with God, rather than on opinion or performance. It's just an outstanding book!
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Can be a difficult read, but worth it! This shows you who you are in Christ and why we do what we do and not succeed.
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These book is a view phsgoligy from our worth as christians in gods eyes
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Dr. McGee's book is proof positive that sound Christian doctrine and compassionate counseling can go together. This is not some feel-good treatise about how we're all entitled to health and prosperity. From what I've read of it so far (I have another copy) it is a Bible-based approach to helping people to become whole.
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This is a Christian counseling book. It is about finding a persons self worth and self acceptance through God.
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Absolutely outstanding book! I have loved this book for years....it helped me let go of so much of society's condemnations and recognize what Jesus has offered instead. I requested it this time because I'm going to do it as a Bible study with my 13-year-old son.